Pennsy power, freshly restored by Strasburg in July of 1983. Built in 1902 as the PRR 8063, the 7002 would make its first run after restoration on July 28, 1983. It was retired in 1989 and is no... (more)
R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
Pennsylvania Railroad Alco FA2 9614 rests at the old 59th street yard in Chicago in the fall of 1964. original from my collection
I remember my father showing me this photo, and, if my memory serves me correctly, he took it while on an extended work assignment in Indianapolis in 1960. This is a real rarity, 1 of 22 center-c... (more)
One of the shortest assignments a GG-1 could get was the short trip forwarding Lehigh Valley passenger trains between the Lehigh Valley connection at Newark, NJ and New York Penn Station. Here, t... (more)
PRR GP35 2368, PRR U25B 2647 and MP GP18 431.
An electrifying shot! The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania collection memorializes various aspects of the history of state. Seen together on the afternoon of September 15, 2019, former Pennsylvania... (more)
A mile east of Horseshoe Curve, symbol freight NWC-1 is climbing the mountain with 25 loads of slabs on the head-end. First generation power was still prevalent as is the case with this nice set -... (more)
N&W 382 Brings in her Train to Strasburg yard, as cattle roam their yard in the mid afternoon
*shot from private property with farm owners permission*
Shadows of the past
*disclaimer* shot with permission/ escort of police, not recommended to attempt without escort
after rail fanning at a local excursion line, the idea came about to maybe ... (more)
Railroad Musuem of Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania Railroad M1 #6755 still looks brawny and ready even with a bit of rust and wear.